Ooredoo has announced that it is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Nojoom loyalty programme this month with some exciting offers and promotions.
To take part in the celebrations and take advantage of the deals and offers, customers will need to make sure they have the latest version of the easy-to-use, efficient Ooredoo app installed on their smartphone.
The telecommunications leader confirmed that customers can expect some generous offers and promotions, including ‘Walk 10,000 steps and get 1,000 Nojoom points’ and exciting virtual commerce offers – ‘Scan and Get.’
For its virtual commerce ‘Scan and Get’ offers, Ooredoo has three Nojoom partners participating on each day: Edible Arrangement, Kulud Pharmacy, and Village Markets.
Every partner will be offering special discounts on their products.
Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi, director, PR and Corporate Communications, at Ooredoo said: “We’re delighted to be celebrating 10 years of our incredibly-popular reward programme, Nojoom. Since we launched the programme, it’s been a huge priority for us to ensure our customers are generously rewarded for their loyalty to us. Complete customer satisfaction is our mission, and we’re proud of both our products and services and of this amazing reward programme that ensures customers get great rewards for using these products and services. We hope everyone enjoys the celebrations as much as we will.”
Customers who do not already have the Ooredoo app can download it from the App Store and Google Play, and those with an earlier version of the app will simply need to download the latest update.
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